by Johnny Tipler
Perhaps one of the greatest drivers not to win an F1 world championship, Ronnie Peterson rose through the ranks from his early days of karting, through F3 and then on to winning the European F2 Championship in 1972.
Famously the fastest driver on the F1 track in the mid-1970s, his desire to completely annihilate the opposition often led to the failure of the car he was racing, by subjecting them to stresses they were never designed to cope with.
A fascinating biography of a flawed genius.
Large format book - all colour.
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